The "What are you listening to?" thread

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  1. z_killemall

    z_killemall Familiar Face

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    Iced Earth - A Question Of Heaven
    Sacrum - Cognition
    Angra - Waiting Silence
    Dublin Death Patrol - DDP 4 Life
     
  2. PhreQuencYViii

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    Hey, me too!

    Opeth, At The Gates, and Cynic.
     
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    logistikz Spirited Member

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    The Outsider - Perfect Circle
     
  4. Taemos

    Taemos Officer at Arms

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    Yes.

    I didn't want to go out last night, so instead I stayed in and watched a bootleg Cynic concert from 1994. Do you have the Berkeley show, PhreQuencY?
     
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    PhreQuencYViii Champion of the Forum

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    I just have Focus. I watched a 2007 show, or some of it on Youtube, though. The singer guy just looks like such a nice guy!
     
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    Completely forgot another of my current favourites -
    Serj Tankian, Elect The Dead
    The best bits of SOAD in my opinion melded together with a bit of eccentricity.
    Also, I've been getting back into RATM, mainly because I'll finally be able to see them this summer at the Reading Festival (Where I will also be seeing Serj, which I am nearly as excited about)
    Also, anyone else on last.fm? My page is here: http://www.last.fm/user/steadyeddie/ where you can see the true strangeness of what I listen to
     
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  7. Taemos

    Taemos Officer at Arms

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    I think he's Buddhist, so he definitely meditates a lot. Chuck Schuldiner apparently did not like him at all after recording Death's "Human," so something happened there. Paul (the singer) seems nice enough to me, though.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sgqa8B_5zjY
    This is "Textures" from their live show in Berkeley, circa 1994.
     
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    Twin Method - Flawless

    But I bet no one has even heard of them lol
     
  9. PhreQuencYViii

    PhreQuencYViii Champion of the Forum

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    Taemos - I just now heard the In Flames past Jester Race. I heard stuff from Come Clarity and Soundtrack to Your Escape.

    ...........Wow. What the fuck. Why do good bands have to turn into crap??
     
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    I bought Come Clarity, just because I was blindly hoping it was better than STYE. I don't think it's bad, but by no means is it innovative or terribly interesting to listen to. Soundtrack to your Escape is a terrible album with maybe three decent songs.

    Everything *up to and including* Clayman is good, and I liked Reroute to Remain a lot, but a lot of people don't and it's definitely where they started to change their sound. Reroute to Remain is a very solid album and I recommend it, although their older stuff is still better.

    /opinion
     
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    I've been switching between Sonata Arctica, Rush, Del Tha Funkee Homosapien, Vibrasphere, and Gorillaz since about Thursday.
     
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    After Dark -- Asian Kung-fu Generation
     
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    Jamtex Adult Orientated Mahjong Connoisseur

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    Think I have recognised one band in the lists so far...

    Since I have been logged on I have been listening to

    The Clash - Rock the Casbah
    Curiosity Killed the Cat - Down to Earth
    Simple Minds - Promised you a Miracle
    Julian Lennon - Too late for Goodbyes
    Wax - Bridge to your Heart
    Nik Kershaw - Radio Musicola
    Level 42 - Children Say
    Human League - Don't you Want Me
    Swing out Sister - Breakout
    Bros - I owe you nothing
    Kajagoogoo - Too Shy
    Sly Fox - Let's go all the Way

    Let's see how many people have heard of those bands. :p
     
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    So 80's it hurts me inside! :thumbsup:
     
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    Blues Brothers ;)
     
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    Bullet For My Valentine - Scream, Aim, Fire
    Latest Satriani
    The All American Rejects - Top of the World (playing Burnout Revenge again)
     
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    Got The Pliers - Bam bam on at the moment. Its nice and sunny outside to boot :thumbsup:

    My music taste is pretty diverse, listening to a lot of Psy Trance at the moment, generally harder and techier stuff. Going to be rekindling my love for dub now summers here and a cheeky bit of pop punk.
     
  19. Barc0de

    Barc0de Mythical Member from Time Immemorial

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    just updated mine PSP to 3.95 and i m chilling out with some ambient tunes. Remarkable piece of portable hardware that PSP and at a price you can't beat. The games may be average with the odd good ones here and there, but it's trully a traveller's best mate!
     
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    Buckaroo Banzai OST
    Aril Brikha
    Jori Hulkkonen
    Kerri Chandler
    Leaving Las Vegas OST
    Metro Area
    Whiskeytown
     

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